Summary: I wouldn't say I'm qualified to give you the most in depth, detailed review of the pros and cons of this motherboard, mainly because I haven't really tried to do anything too fancy with it yet. What I can say is this: Well built, feels solid. BIOS is pretty fancy and a joy to work with. Bundled Wi-Fi/Bluetooth PCI card works well (although I've only used it for Wi-Fi).
Keyboard Issue on POST, other than that the usual Gigabyte quality
5 March 2013
Summary: I'm not sure if the issue is my keyboard (~4 years old) or the usb ports on POST, but for some reason i'm struggling to get access to bios (del), i've only accessed in two opportunities.... or System info (f9) or Boot order (f12). I tried updating the bios, cleared CMOS, tested every usb port, even the front usb from the case and the front bay usb 3.0 ports included in the package.
Summary: This motherboard is a great solid piece of computer gear. the graphic BIOS are super easy to navigate. It has dual sets of BIOS which is great for a back up or testing out settings. The trouble shooting numbers on the board itself are really nice. Plus, it has voltage points to measure your voltages. Great value for the features.
Summary: Every time I put my PC into sleep mode, after awaking it, the front USB3 won't work. Reinstall drivers is useless, neither restart nor power off. The only way to do this is open the case, unplug and plug the USB3 cords which connected the front USB3 panel. After restarting again, it will be fine again. I don't know if there is a function like power management with this, since I cannot find any options in the BIOS. It could be a glitch of this product.
Summary: You pay a little more for Gigabyte components, but of all the computers I've built, the two with Gigabyte motherboards have been the smoothest to get up and running. Will continue to buy their products until one fails.